St. John Drivers’ License Suspension Attorney 

St. John Drivers’ License Suspension Attorney 

Helping Citizens of St. John Pursue a Driver’s License Reinstatement

Courts in the State of Indiana, and sometimes the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), can legally suspend your driver’s license if you acted illegally while operating your motor vehicle on an Indiana road – or if your driving habits demonstrate that you pose a serious risk to other drivers on the roadway. 

Having your driver’s license suspended can be extremely inconvenient and can cause serious disruption to your life, work, and social activities. If your driver’s license has been suspended, you want to take measures immediately in order to try and get your license reinstated as quickly as possible. 

The experienced St. John drivers’ license suspension attorneys at Arshad, Pangere & Warring could work to help you obtain a reinstatement of your suspended driver’s license as soon as possible. Please contact us online to learn more about how we could assist you throughout the process. 

Activities that Could Result in a Driver’s License Suspension

There are numerous activities that could result in a driver’s license suspension in St. John– either by the Indiana BMV or by an Indiana court. Some of those activities include the following:

  • Operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated by either alcohol or a Schedule I or Schedule II drug (OWI/DUI
  • Operating a motor vehicle without having insurance coverage in place on the vehicle
  • Failing to complete a court-ordered Defensive Driving Course or Driver Safety Program (usually court-ordered after an individual receives several convictions for committing traffic violations)
  • Accumulating at least 18 “points” for traffic tickets during a period of two years
  • Failing to appear in court following a must-appear traffic citation, or failing to pay traffic tickets within the required time period
  • Being designated as a “habitual traffic violator” – typically after an individual has committed numerous traffic violations during a time period of ten years

If you have been charged with or convicted of any of these offenses, an experienced St. John drivers’ license suspension attorney could help you to minimize the consequences and pursue reinstatement of your driver’s license. 

Driver’s License Reinstatement 

In cases where the BMV sets a hearing, an experienced St. John drivers’ license suspension attorney may be able to appear with you and petition the Board for certain special driving privileges, like driving to work, for example. 

Moreover, in some instances, you may be able to either obtain a quick reinstatement of your license – or avoid having your driver’s license suspended in the first place. For instance, your attorney may be able to introduce evidence at the hearing that demonstrates that you were validly insured at a particular time. At other times, your attorney might be able to contest an OWI/DUI driver’s license suspension, such as when the officer lacked probable cause to initiate a vehicle stop. 

Speak with a St. John Drivers’ License Suspension Attorney Today

If you are trying to avoid a driver’s license suspension or are pursuing reinstatement of your driver’s license, the experienced attorneys at Arshad, Pangere & Warring are ready to help you. 

To schedule a case evaluation and legal consultation with a St. John Drivers’ license suspension lawyer, please contact us for more information. 

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